April 2017 "Ted" - Anal Gland Success Case #2

April 2017 "Ted"

Ted April Glandex Pet of the Month

This is Ted, an adorable Kangaroo chasing 5 year old King Charles Cavalier Spaniel from Australia and one of our April 2017 Glandex Pets of the Month!  This is what Ted's mom had to say about using Glandex for him...

Ted thanks you Glandex

"Poor Ted was in enormous pain and having Chrones disease, I could empathise in what he was going through. He was swollen and had bloody stool and had frequent bowel movements. The vet was unable to help and while he perked up a little with the initial treatment, he was not progressing and the next alternative was further vet bills and surgery. After researching I came across Glandex and thought to give this a try after reading the reviews. My research also indicated regular bathing with warm salted water to reduce infection. I started both and within a few short days of using Glandex there was a huge improvement. All swelling and redness was gone and he has stopped scooting. I stopped bathing twice a day and have maintained the Glandex and Ted is doing very well. He has returned to being a normal happy dog with normal bowel movements and is perky, can trot and gallop again and play with our other dog. Before Glandex all he wanted to do was be on my lap and would only walk. Ted thanks you Glandex and I do as well. I will be maintaining the Glandex indefinitely as I don't want him to go through that pain again. He doesn't like the flavour of the peanut butter drops but I put it in a treat like any other medication. Next time I will try the liver flavoured powder." Shelley Honner & Ted

Something interesting things about Ted:  He knocks on the Door to get in or out, and will swipe you with his paw or put it on your knee to ask to get on your lap. He snores when he sleeps. likes to do high fives and has selective hearing when he is onto the scent of something.  When greeting me after being at work, I have to kneel with one knee up so he can put his front paws on my knee to welcome me home otherwise he will do a half bark/growl until I do.  He has his glandex every night after dinner.
Since having his glandex every night, Ted is back chasing Kangaroos and keeping them off the pasture, before taking glandex he could barely walk he was in so much pain.